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  • cartographer, philosopher and mathematician. He is best known for his work in cartography, particular the world map of 1569 based on a new projection which represented
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  • retired in 1980. He was a prolific writer and influential philosopher on cartography, and one of his most notable accomplishments is the Robinson projection
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  • consider alternative ways... Arthur H. Robinson (1953) Elements of Cartography p. 318 Good design looks right. It is simple (clear and uncomplicated)
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  • Introduction to Ptolemy's Geography Ptolemy's Geography is the only book on cartography to have survived from the classical period and one of the most influential
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  • prompted innovative research. I often ask graduate students to consider how cartographic research and practice in the U.S. might be different today if the English
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  • and pain. Book IV, sec. 7 Ptolemy's Geography is the only book on cartography to have survived from the classical period and one of the most influential
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  • McMaster, Robert Brainerd, and K. Stuart Shea. "Generalization in digital cartography." Washington, DC: Association of American Geographers, 1992. We invented
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  • the earliest map-making and visual depiction, and later into thematic cartography, statistics and statistical graphics, medicine, and other fields. Along
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  • Inquiry, Vol.1, n.1, p. 156; As cited in: A. Bianchin (2007), "Theoretical Cartography Issues in the face of New Representation" In photography everything
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  • growing emphasis on historiographical painting, the impact of ;nautical cartography, and the enduring influence of the Persian legacy – began to crystallize
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  • McMaster, Robert Brainerd, and K. Stuart Shea. "Generalization in digital cartography." Washington, DC: Association of American Geographers, 1992. Crime seems
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  • diverse fields as analysis, number theory, mechanics and hydrodynamics, cartography, topology, and the theory of lunar motion. ...Moreover, we owe to Euler
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  • the Argentine Society of Letters (c.1946) In that Empire, the Art of Cartography attained such Perfection that the map of a single Province occupied the
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  • representation of galaxies and extends into the spheres of topography and cartography. p. 2 Graphics owes its special significance to its double function
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  • important a part in the great voyages of exploration and in surveying and cartography; the application of the principle of the pendulum to time-measurement;
    62 KB (9,457 words) - 23:17, 25 January 2016
  • Jeff McDowell found out and paid the toll. A lesson in courage and cartography from the mapmakers...of the Twilight Zone. Narrator: The devil, they
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  • growing emphasis on historiographical painting, the impact of ;nautical cartography, and the enduring influence of the Persian legacy – began to crystallize
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  • Film Comment, May/June 1990 I've always been fascinated by maps and cartography. A map tells you where you've been, where you are, and where you're going
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  • son-of-a-bitch better hope I don’t find him first. [He looks at the cartographic sketch of Fraidy Cop] Capt. Stottlemeyer: [at a press conference] Sidney
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